175th Anniversary Service

Make plans to attend our grand celebration of our 175th anniversary on Sunday, September 30! We are happy to welcome our Synod President, Mark Schroeder, as guest preacher, and the choir from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary. And, if you'd like to attend the banquet afterward, don't forget to drop an RSVP into the offering plate!

Catechism Classes

Catechism class will begin on Monday, September 10 (note the change of day from Tuesdays). All 6th-8th graders in the congregation are invited to attend. Please speak with Pastor Reckzin if you would like to register.

Latest Building Concept

The Tredo Group met with the Long Range Planning Committee in July presented an updated proposal for what our building project could look like. Some of its prominent features include a scaling back of the proposed fellowship hall and a new east entrance that would better accommodate handicap parking spaces and traffic flow. If you have question, you can get in touch with Long Range Planning chairman Aaron Lambrecht.

Download Latest Proposal (PDF)

2019 Holy Land Trip

Do you want to understand the history and geography of the Holy Land better? Would you like to isit the places the Bible mentions? Pastor Reckzin and Pastor John Roekle of First Evangelical Lutheran Church in Racine, will be hosting a ten-day trip next summer, June 11-20, 2019. The approximate cost is $4052 per person, based on double occupancy. This price includes round-trip flight, hotel, transportation, entrance to sites, most meals, and official tour guide. (Price does not include passport, lunches, laundry, or souvenirs) There will also be an option for a three-day extension to the city of Rome (Cost is $1800) on the way back from Israel. This trip is open to all members of St. John's, friends, relatives, and anyone interested in adding to their understanding of the Scriptures and growing in their faith. Brochures with more details are also available. To learn more about this trip, visit the Imagine Travel website. Group size is limited to 46 people. Speak with Pr. Reckzin with any further questions.